TMZ Sports recently caught up with John Cena to congratulate him on his upcoming role in Fast and Furious 9. Cena also shared his thoughts on whether or not Undertaker and Goldberg should retire.
“I think an individual’s career is up to the individual,” Cena said when asked if Taker and Goldberg should retire. “I think that’s pretty much the way I can describe that. I’ve been having the same conversation with myself and I’m only 42. It’s something we’ve got to address each day. That’s individually specific and when those people are ready to stop, they’ll stop.”
For more on Cena check out wrestlinginc’s article.
Matt Riddle has been taking shots at Goldberg over the past several days on Twitter. After Goldberg’s match with the Undertaker at Super Showdown, Riddle ratcheted up his ribbing by calling him the worst wrestler in the business.
“Goldberg, you lived up to the hype yet again,” Riddle mockingly said in a now deleted video. “You’re absolutely the worst wrestler in the business, bro. That’s not an opinion, that’s a fact.”
For more of Riddle’s thoughts on Goldberg check out mandatory.com’s article.
*Photo courtesy of Matt Riddle’s Twitter.
Late Thursday evening wwe.com announced that Goldberg will make his first ever appearance on SmackDown LIVE this Tuesday.
“Three days before his highly anticipated matchup against The Undertaker at Super ShowDown, WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg will journey to SmackDown LIVE for the first time ever this coming Tuesday!”
For more on Goldberg and his upcoming match check out wwe.com’s article.
The news broke last week that the WWE had added Goldberg to the Saudi Arabia show on June 7. Rajah.com is now speculating that the contract is only for one date.
“Rajah says Goldberg’s deal with WWE for the Saudi Arabia show on June 7 is a one-off and he has not signed a new contract to keep him away from AEW.”
For more WWE rumors checkout Cageside Seats article.
The news recently broke that Bill Golberg would be wrestling at WWE’s upcoming Saudi Arabia show on June 7. Dave Meltzer is reporting that there was multiple reasons for brining the icon back.
“WWE officials did have a concern that Goldberg would eventually sign with AEW, according to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio.”
At this time the length of Goldberg’s contract and opponent for the show are unknown. For more on Golberg check out Wrestlinginc’s article.